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Fast Economic Development Accelerates Biological Invasions in China
Increasing levels of global trade and intercontinental travel have been cited as the major causes of biological invasion. However, indirect factors such as economic development that affect theExpand
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Genetic diversity and biogeography of red turpentine beetle Dendroctonus valens in its native and invasive regions
Sequences of 479 bp region of the mitochondrial COI gene were applied to detect population genetic diversity and structure of Dendroctonus valens populations. By comparing the genetic diversityExpand
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Amur tigers and leopards returning to China: direct evidence and a landscape conservation plan
ContextThe Amur tiger and leopard, once roaming over the Eurasian continent, are now endangered and confined to the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, Russia—a landscape that has been increasingly fragmentedExpand
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Habitat utilization by ovipositing females and larvae of the Marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) in a mosaic of meadows and croplands
The butterfly Euphydryas aurinia occurs as a classical metapopulation in Yanjiaping village, Heibei province, China. In the patch network under study there were 38 habitat patches. Most patches wereExpand
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Contrasting movement patterns in two species of chequerspot butterflies, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in the same patch network
Abstract.  1. Mark–release–recapture studies were conducted on two species of chequerspot butterfly, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in the same habitat patch network in Yanjiaping, a smallExpand
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Mitochondrial COI gene transfers to the nuclear genome of Dendroctonus valens and its implications
Mitochondrial gene transfer to the nuclear genome could affect the accuracy of results in population genetics and evolutionary studies using mitochondrial gene markers. In a population genetics studyExpand
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Genetic Differentiation Within Metapopulations of Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe in China
We analyzed genetic differentiation within metapopulations of two species of checkerspot butterfly, Euphydryas aurinia and Melitaea phoebe, in China. To generate genetic information, we used a newExpand
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Zoogeography and Conservation Priority of Hard shelled Freshwater Turtles on Hainan Island
Hard-shelled freshwater turtles on Hainan Island are very rich and the fauna is also very distinctive. A total of 11 species were found on Hainan Island, accounting for 46% of total species in China.Expand
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Effect of cultivating croplands and grazing in arid grassland habitats on the conservation of melitaeine butterflies in a mountainous area in Northern China
In the study area (Yanjiaping Village, Hebei Province, China), grazing extensity varies at different locations, small and discontinuous croplands are imbedded in some arid grassland, which areExpand
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Three new species of oribatid mites from tibet, china (acari: oribatida)1
Abstract This paper describes three new species of oribatid mites from Shergyla Mts., southeast Tibet, at elevations between 4100 and 4700 m.a.s.l. They are Oxybrachioppia glabriseta sp. nov.Expand
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